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Publication Article, peer reviewed scientific
Title Intersektionalitet i voldtægtsnarrativer
Author Andreassen, Rikke
Editor Rømer Christensen, Hilda
Date 2006-12
English abstract
The article shows how the Danish news media’s portrayals of meetings between visible minority males and ethnically Danish females have participated in constructing certain images of gender, sexuality and race/ethnicity. It illustrates how understandings of these categories are interwoven with understandings of nationality and Danishness, and argues that in order to understand constructions of nationalities, scholars need to take gender, race/ethnicity and sexuality into consideration. The article shows how ethnically Danish females have been constructed as symbolic reproducers of the nation, and how sexual assaults against ethnically Danish women therefore have been interpreted as assaults against the nation. The article explains how this understanding has been at play in rape narratives where gender – and women’s responsibility for rape – has been articulated in rape cases with white ethnically Danish perpetrators whereas race/ethnicity has been articulated as an explanation for rape in cases with visible minority perpetrators.
Swedish abstract
The article shows how the Danish news media’s portrayals of meetings between visible minority males and ethnically Danish females have participated in constructing certain images of gender, sexuality and race/ethnicity. It illustrates how understandings of these categories are interwoven with understandings of nationality and Danishness, and argues that in order to understand constructions of nationalities, scholars need to take gender, race/ethnicity and sexuality into consideration. The article shows how ethnically Danish females have been constructed as symbolic reproducers of the nation, and how sexual assaults against ethnically Danish women therefore have been interpreted as assaults against the nation. The article explains how this understanding has been at play in rape narratives where gender – and women’s responsibility for rape – has been articulated in rape cases with white ethnically Danish perpetrators whereas race/ethnicity has been articulated as an explanation for rape in cases with visible minority perpetrators.
Link https://tidsskrift.dk/index.php/KKF/article/view/53117/97757 (external link to publication)
Publisher Koordinationen for kønsforskning, Danmark
Host/Issue Kvinder, køn og forskning;2-3
Volume 06
ISSN 0907-6182
Pages 93-105
Language other (iso)
Subject gender
rape
race
intersectionality
theory
Humanities/Social Sciences
Gender
Intersectionality
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/3303 Permalink to this page
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